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PETALING JAYA: Although Malaysians are allowed to return to work, many are wondering if they can hold on to their jobs at all.
SYDNEY: Economists are divided on the outlook for Australia’s recovery: Many expect it to be U-shaped, while a growing number see a W shape.
TOKYO: While much of Japan continues to debate the pros and cons of remote working, one of the country’s largest employers has made up its mind – and it could be a bad sign for the office sector.
While much of Japan continues to debate the pros and cons of remote working, one of the country’s largest employers has made up its mind – and it could be a bad sign for the office sector.
BANGKOK, July 6 (The Nation Thailand/ANN): Approximately 5 million Generation Y and Z employees face economic uncertainty as they risk being laid off because they do not have enough working experience, and their salaries were between Bt10,000 and Bt20,000, the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce pointed out.
Gig workers are clamouring for jobs that often pay less while facing stiff competition from a crush of newly unemployed workers also attempting to patch together a livelihood – all while trying to avoid contracting the coronavirus themselves.
KUALA LUMPUR: Some 87 per cent of respondents in Malaysia are willing to be re-trained to ensure their employability.
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, July 6 (Borneo Bulletin/ANN): Brunei Darussalam remained at Tier 2 Watch List status in the latest United States (US) government Trafficking in Persons Report for the second consecutive year.
WFH (work from home) is the new normal in the time Covid-19 in Malaysia. However, it might not be viable to many workers especially those who are self-employed or categorised as vulnerable.
LONDON: Britain will offer its largest ever expansion of traineeships, its finance ministry said on Sunday, ahead of a highly-anticipated update due later in the week on the government's support for the economy through the coronavirus crisis.